First debuting in the United States in 1986, the Nissan Pathfinder name has grown to become somewhat of an iconic one in a sea of otherwise generic SUV names. Over those 33 years, the Pathfinder has evolved from a hardcore body-on-frame SUV based on the Nissan Hardbody to a curvy, three-row crossover that platform shares with Nissan’s Altima, Maxima and Murano. More of a family hauler than the off-roader of yesteryear, the Pathfinder has lost a lot of what it was known for best – off-road prowess.
All is not lost though. As a nod to the Pathfinder’s off-road roots, Nissan has introduced the new for 2019 Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition.
Dodge pulled the covers off the 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody and Scat Pack today at the FCA What’s New Program. We all know about the Charger, Hellcats and SRT, so here’s the nitty gritty meaty information you want on the 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Widebody duo along with a mega gallery of photos.
The “Tremor” badge officially returns to Ford’s lineup by way of a serious off-road package, available on the 2020 F-Series Super Duty. Last seen on the previous generation F-150, the Tremor name has typically been more style than substance. This is not the case with the 2020 Super Duty Tremor, which offers a completely upgraded off-roading experience thanks to an upgraded suspension, bigger tires, and new drive modes.
We’re testing the 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG S63 Cabriolet this week, and checking out what makes it worth its $200k+ price tag. This is real luxury folks, not fake luxury. Things like this built-in fragrance atomizer set the AMG S63 Cab apart from lesser vehicles. Full review coming soon!
Ford is taunting us this morning with a teaser of a new Ford GT variant, which is set to debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed next month. There are no further details about the new GT other than the photo, but it’s clear the car features a roof mounted scoop and a race-ready rear wing.
Back in March, we spotted two Ford GTs testing near Phoenix and wondered what Ford was up to with them. Could this new GT have anything to do with what we saw testing?
Automotive enthusiasts have long been fighting the anti-Crossover and SUV battle with friends and families. I’ve seen countless conversations online encouraging people to stop buying shapeless blobs of soul crushing driving anti-fun, and instead consider alternatives like the tried and true station wagon. Unfortunately, that battle seems to have been lost with SUVs and Crossovers dominating the new product and sales announcements month after month. In fact, there are currently less than ten true wagons on sale in the US as of this writing. Somewhere along the line, wagons became uncool, and took on a social ranking ever so slightly higher than the minivans of the world.
Thankfully, Mercedes-Benz is still building wagons that prove they’ve never been cooler. In fact, they are out to prove to the world that their 603-horsepower, twin-turbo V8 powered, all-wheel drive, carbon fiber adorned AMG E63S 4Matic Wagon is as good at hauling people and cargo as it is a hauling around a racetrack.